Pericles, by William Shakespeare

Table of Contents

Characters of the Play

Act I

  1. Prologue
  2. Scene I. Antioch. A room in the palace.
  3. Scene II. Tyre. A room in the palace.
  4. Scene III. Tyre. An ante-chamber in the palace.
  5. Scene IV. Tarsus. A room in the Governor’s house.

Act II

  1. Prologue
  2. Scene I. Pentapolis. An open place by the sea-side.
  3. Scene II. The same. A public way or platform leading to the
  4. Scene III. The same. A hall of state: a banquet prepared.
  5. Scene IV. Tyre. A room in the Governor’s house.
  6. Scene V. Pentapolis. A room in the palace.

Act III

  1. Prologue
  2. Scene II. Ephesus. A room in Cerimon’s house.
  3. Scene III. Tarsus. A room in Cleon’s house.
  4. Scene IV. Ephesus. A room in Cerimon’s house.

Act IV

  1. Prologue
  2. Scene I. Tarsus. An open place near the sea-shore.
  3. Scene II. Mytilene. A room in a brothel.
  4. Scene III. Tarsus. A room in Cleon’s house.
  5. Scene V. Mytilene. A street before the brothel.
  6. Scene VI. The same. A room in the brothel.

Act V

  1. Prologue
  2. Scene I. On board Pericles’ ship, off Mytilene. A close
  3. Scene III. The temple of Diana at Ephesus; Thaisa standing

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